Sheffield: Potathon to feature horticulturist Tovah Martin
Campo De Fiori at 1815 North Main St., Route 7, will host its first Groundhog Potathon and book signing from 1 to 3 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 3. The event is free.
Special guests include author, journalist and horticulturist Tovah Martin, Rob Genari of Glendale Botanicals and Dave Burdick of Daffodils & More.
Martin has contributed to numerous garden and lifestyle magazines and most recently authored "The Unexpected Houseplant" and "The New Terrarium," which will be available for purchase.
Participants can bring their own houseplant and a pair of garden shears for repotting and pruning or bring a container suitable for creating a terrarium. Plants and containers from the Campo line will also be available for sale.
Reservations: Barbara Bockbrader at (413) 528-1857.
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